Future of local Macy’s uncertain
The fate of the Macy’s store in the Logan Valley Mall remains unknown at this time.
Macy’s said Tuesday it is closing 125 of its least productive stores over three years and cutting 2,000 corporate jobs as the struggling department store tries to reinvent itself in the age of online shopping.
The store closures represent about one fifth of Macy’s current total. They include about 30 that are in the process of closing and account for $1.4 billion in annual sales.
Logan Valley Mall Manager Dan May said Wednesday morning that he has not been notified of the fate of the store in the local mall.
“I do not have anything to share at this time,” said Emily Workman, a Macy’s spokeswoman.
In January, Macy’s announced it was closing two Pennsylvania locations — the Nittany Mall in State College and a store in the Harrisburg East Mall.